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When alternative funding, innovation, and tech meet.
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The fight over compensation heats up.
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2013 was a phenomenal year for many investors, but not for these CEOs. Who was the very worst of 2013? Ron Johnson of J.C. Penney? Eddie Lampert of Sears? Jamie Dimon at JPMorgan Chase? Or Mr. Foot-in-His-Mouth himself, Mike Jeffries of Abercrombie & Fitch? Fools talk about it.
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Aspiring young analysts often focus on the wrong things when analyzing stocks. Here's an alternative way to discovering outstanding businesses.
Microsoft needs a capital allocator as its next CEO.
Whole Foods, Chipotle, and Starbucks may be great companies, but only one offers its workers a great retirement plan.
Two Fools debate the company's market-beating potential.